BEST WESTERN Park Crest Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... up at Asilomar Beach; just a few minutes drive away, and fought against the crazy winds to get a spot in the sand dunes. The wind had picked up so much and it was like sitting in a very cold sand storm. We stayed until sunset, which was beautiful as ever, then quickly scampered out of there!
The next day we hit Cannery Row, which is the main shopping town located on the waterfront. It used to be home to a number of Sardine Canneries and was renamed to Cannery ...
... an excited kid seeing them dive and then to have them close enough to hear them "sing" was fantastic.
All to soon the skipper had to return to the wharf area, but we were escorted part of the way by playful dolphins darting around.
To end off this lovely day Paul and I had a delicious fish and chip lunch with free calamari.
Thank you Monterey peninsula.
... the 1000ft sheer drop to the sea thrilled me rather than made me s*&t my pants! I loved every terrifying moment. What a magnificent road. The only criticism I'd have is for the joker selling unleaded at $6 a gallon, nearly double the cheapest I'd paid last week in Arizona.
As the road got back to sea level for a while we pulled over for a treat - Elephant Seals on a beach. I'd ...
... br> Centre. The close photo shot with the giant Asian Owl who was eyeing off
Rossi’s not really that big right ear, was a treat.
By the way, how do you build
fences when you have plenty of straight timber? You do it zig-zag fashion. Some
are a hundred years old and still standing. They criss-cross meadows like cross
stitching on green fabric.
... where I parked the car. Disappointed we didn’t run into Clint Eastwood. Haha.
Time to drive back to San Francisco. We arrived back to the city around 8:30 p.m. A very full day! To top off the evening, we made a little stop @ Ben & Jerry’s…..again! (It’s next door to our hotel). Now remember I said it does get chilly here in the evenings, so we enjoyed our ice cream sitting next to the fireplace in the lobby! Haha.